Chairman of the Provisional Ruling Council of Nigeria — Justice Ibrahim Auta was the judge presiding over the proceedings, and sentenced Saro-Wiwa to death by hanging. Abacha's regime was accused of human rights abuses, especially after the hanging of Ogoni activist Ken Saro-Wiwa only one of several executions of Ogoni activists opposed to the exploitation of Nigerian resources by the multinational petroleum company, Royal Dutch Shell. In his nationwide broadcast, Abacha cited the stagnant nature of Shonekan's government being unable to manage the democratic process in the country as a cause of his resignation. Through the Economic Community of West African States Monitoring Group , Abacha sent troops to Liberia to fight against the rising insurgency in the country and political tensions. He was buried on the same day, according to Muslim tradition, without an autopsy. This article's lead section does not adequately summarize key points of its contents.
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